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Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
place on world. >> if france wants to keep it's lace in europe and keep in control of its destiny. it must find economic strength. >> above all the president didn't want the news conference to be about his personal life but that was the subject of the very first question he had to answer. >> everyone in his private life can go through difficult times. that's our case. there are painful moments but i have one principle, and that is a private business is dealt with privately, respectful of one's private life. now is not the moment to do so. >> reporter: there has been speculation in the media about how the president would deflect questions on his personal life. opinion polls suggests his alleged affair has not had much impact on his popularity, but that popularity is already very low. this was a president on the defensive. defensive on the economy and defensive on his personal life. this can hardly be the fresh start that he had hoped for. so franÇois hollande promised to create jobs and reduce taxes, and will he still have a first lady? >> the news making it's way across the united st
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
remember when hitler and the german third reich committed unspeakable atrocities across europe including the murder of six million jewish citizens. germany is now a close ally, a leader in the european union, an institution created to ensure a war never again occurs in europe. i remember general franco of spain which was so diplomatically and economically isolated that it was actually barred from the united nations until 1955. spain is now a close partner of the united states and a fully democratic member of the european union. the former yugoslavia, vietnam, and south africa have all experienced tremendous change in recent decades. independent states have emerge from the painful dissolution of yugoslavia. vietnam has opened itself to the international community but still has much progress to make. and south africa has shed apart tied and has emerged -- apartheid and emerged as a stable nation on a much-divided continent. so i believe change -- countries can change. this capacity to change also applies to the pursuit of nuclear weapons. at one time, sweden, south korea, and argentina eac
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
% investment in alliance boots and they're the leading retail whole sail brand in europe. we now have the opportunity and we are creating a supply chain unmatched in the world. so we can work with pharmaceutical manufacturers in new and creative ways to bring new products and solutions into the consumers' hands across the globe. >> my doctor is at walgreens. that's where i go. when i don't feel well, i go to wal walgreens, i see other people going. but i think there's something going on that you're doing. you're changing the face of the way health care is given in this country. i know it's largely you. talk about how you're differentiated from the other drugstore companies and how you're saving people money and which is making shareholders happy. >> we think we have a tremendous community presence, we have 8200 plus stores. we have 63% of the american population that lives within five miles of a walgreens drugstore. we are in hispanic communities, african-american communities. and many communities where there is no access to convenient health care. so we are positioning our pharmacists to
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm PST
, he says, which is why leon panetta had military aircraft stationed hours away in europe. >> this was, pure and simple, in the absences of any kind of advance warning, a problem of distance and time. >> reporter: but the top commander of u.s. forces in africa pushed for more intelligence assets, concerned east libya was becoming a hotbed of extremism. i don't know that i would go as far as to say that it would have prevended the attacks that occurred on september 11th, but i wanted more resources, he said. >> it's a small minority. they are the ones who have largely lost in these emerging democratic processes. >> reporter: that contradicts the early claims made by then u.s. ambassador susan rice, saying that he, panetta, and dempsey, all came quickly to believe that it was terrorism. then, secretary of state hillary clinton famously dismissed the origin as irrelevant. >> the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk one night decided to kill some americans. what difference, at this point, does it make? the. >> the commanders all question t
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
demand. demand is coming from north america, from europe. china, they were still working through some issues. i think there's been significant progress just in the last few weeks since the last time i was on here, that is an upside option where you could start seeing, you know, a start of tens of thousands of model s orders coming from china, which could exceed everyone's expectations because i don't think people have been thinking about that. i didn't put it into a note. but i think it's upside. >> ben, thank you. >> thanks, guys for having me. >> ben kallo, r.w. baird. ben said this is a trading call. sentiment has changed on the stock. that's going to be a driver. >> he's nailed it in the past. and he's probably nailed it again. look at the stock reaction today. i love tesla right here. even up 15%, which usually isn't my style. but i would buy first thing tomorrow morning. >> would you think tesla? >> yeah. >> there we go. >> sort of creepy. >> just appears. >> tesla. >> all right. >>> next up, boeing, under pressure after issues with a japan airline 787. warning lights signa
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
on his trip to europe and the middle east this week. an in fact, he told the syrian national coalition leaders if they don't attend peace talks in switzerland on january 22nd the u.s. will pull its support. >> i'm counting on both parties as well as the 30 or so plus other nations to come together in an effort to try to end this violence. >> reporter: syrian president bashar al-assad's government has said it will attend the geneva 2 summit, but opposition factions are still fighting over whether they should engage. [ explosion ] >> reporter: the opposition coalition is made up of various armed militias united in fighting against the state, including the free syrian arm, andy hadists and islamists from neighboring countries and kurdish groups. targeting the isil, over 700 people have died in the last ten days. >> if disorder is allowed to continue to grow, it is extremists who will benefit, and it's all the people who want a peaceful solution and stability who will lose. that includes russia, the united states, and others in the region. >> reporter: earlier this week kerry and
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
comparison. tech growth in silicon valley versus europe. what are you seeing? >> you know, it's interesting. i think we're breaking global boundaries. there are great companies being created all over the world and we now have the tools and bothilities to distribute those companies and the kinds of tools and services they are making available. if you think about us, we started in denmark by very quickly became a global company, well before i came onboard. we are seeing our biggest growth in the u.s., brazil and mexico right now. more importantly than the specific location is the product you're making available in the way you connect with people. >> the ceo of issue joining us here in studio. pleasure to meet you. >> thank you. >> before we go, i wanted to add another note on general motors. we told you the automaker would pay a $.30 dividend share. gm is also announcing that chuck stephens will be the next ceo, effective jaary 15. is 56 minutes past the hour, time for on the markets, a look intraday,rd's shows markets were led higher. over oneas just percent. the dow jones indust
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 1:30pm PST
mediterranean, middle east, and eastern europe. >> this is our 55th year and in san francisco we're the largest armenian food festival and widely recognized as one of the best food festivals in the area. we have vendors that come up from fresno, from los angeles showing off their craft. we really feel like we have something for everyone in the neighborhood and that's really what it is, is drawing people to see a little bit of our culture and experience what we experience weekend in and weekend out. >> we are behind the scenes now watching the chef at work preparing some delicious armenian kabob. this is a staple in armenian cooking, is that right? >> absolutely, since the beginning of time. our soldiers used to skewer it on the swords. we have a combination of beef and lam and parsley. and every september over 2000 pounds of meat being cooked in three days. >> after all that savory protein, i was ready to check out the fresh veggie options. >> this is armenian cheat sheet. it's tomatos and mint and olive oil. that makes summer food. and what i'm doing is i'm putting some nutmeg. it
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm PST
technology is much more secure over in europe. they use an emv technology, which is a chip encoded along with a pin. that makes europe a less fruitful place for hackers to travel. so they're focusing here in the u.s. and the making it a much bigger issue for people here. this is a real threat, because it's going to cost you more to stay secure and you're going to wonder how are banks passing on costs? how are retailers passing on the cost? this makes consumers feel less certain. >> david, i always think we keep dodging these bullets, but the -- you know, the gun keeps firing? >> right. i mean, these breaches here are symbolized basically a lot of attackers focusing on the united states, and it's true. emv which is estimated between two years and five years of even being adopted in the united states and able to support it. >> what is that? >> emv, smart card chips they're using in european countries. but basically we're going to see these breaches happening, and they're focusing now on the retail side. it's going to be more of the squishier side of the attacking front now in the security
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
android phone to europe. the oto x will go on sale in europe in britain, france and germany, february 1st. >>> "wall street journal" report that is fox don shipped 1.5 million iphone ss to china mobile. the iphone will go on sale friday. >>> pizza hut planning to offer the pizza for sale by the slice. they will tis the locations in rhode island. the costs is 2 so $3. less than a minute today. liz: what does a slice cost in your corner, a buck 50. buck 50. liz: that is big thing in new york, pizza by the slice. >>> google acquired nest labs, that make internet connected thermostats. we broke that to you yesterday. before google came swooping in a number of investors saw huge potential in nest. joining us is one of them. fox business exclusive. this man was one of the first investors in nest labs. he is the partner at light speed venture partners. peter, when did you get into nest? how did it come to your desk and how did you look at it where you said this is a great opportunity? >> great, hi, liz, thanks for having me on the show. liz: sure. >> on nest we, we invested first about three yea
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
rich people, you are poor. they take advantage of you. let's tax them. but in europe, they came out with a paper that the wealthy people should pay a 10% well task -- tax. a one-time 10% wealth tax. and that will become a every year tax. >> in theory, low rate should help people. how do you help the people on the lower end? >> this is the point i would like to make. of these professors, academics, they have never really worked in the private sector a single day in their lives. writing papers that nobody reads and nobody is interested in. howwon't they write about you structure an economic system that lists the standard of living of most people? >> you don't think we have that? >> we had that in the 19th century in the u.s. because we had a small government at the time. the entire government, local, state was less than 20% of the economy. now it is close to 50%. >> they are spending too much money. the government becomes, the left economic growth you have. the more corruption you have. corporations, especially the money printers, they are the most powerful people in the world. they c
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm PST
tip of the day. >>> a cafe in europe has a novel way to charge customers. the shop in london charges not by the item but by the amount of time you spend in the cafe. it costs about 5 cents a minute so for an hour about 3 bucks. and all the coffee all the tea all the snacks are free. but you do have to serve yourself and clean up afterwards. the russian owners already have 10 successful shops in the home country. >>> coming up, a professional bmx rider attempts a dangerous stunt to set a new world record but not everyone was cheering him on. that and more coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, tunnel was supposed to ease congestion for com >>> coming up at 5:00, the opening of the fourth bore of the caldecott tunnel was supposed to ease congestion for commuters but east bay traffic is worse than ever. what's behind the gridlock? that and more at 5:00. >>> take a look by a man in fort worth, texas. matt olson a professional bmx rider. he rode his bike over the arches of the bridge. he said he is trying to get recognition and hopefully make it into the x games. fort worth police were not impress
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
europe and japan both better than expected. so the fundamentals are telling us that this was just a lull, nothing is broken. >> rob morgan, alcoa missed and shares were hit on that report, but what about jpmorgan and wells here? kind of a decent quarter. does that stand out to you in terms of pointing a market direction? >> i would agree with rebecca. we just came off one of the best years in basically two decades in stocks. we had some profit taking or consolidation. we didn't really have any catalyst to drive stocks upward until earnings season which just started. as you pointed out, alcoa missed, but it's just the first company that reports. it doesn't represent the whole, you know -- but, yeah, wells fargo and jpmorgan today. you get a couple good earnings reports and we get the dow up the way we're seeing it. >> david, you have got an interesting perspective. last year modest economy, but a stellar stock market. you think it's going to be the other way around this year, right? >> yeah. we think last year we had a great stock market and a modest economy represent at this of the anemi
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm EST
europe. someone stole her identity and opened some credit cards in her name. checking her experian credit report and score allowed her to better address the issue...and move right in. experian. so ally bank really has no hthat's right, no hidden fees.s? it's just that i'm worried about, you know, "hidden things." ok, why's that? well uhhh... surprise!!! um... well, it's true. at ally there are no hidden fees. not one. that's nice. no hidden fees, no worries. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >>> take a look at shares of game stock. that's a terrible day, in fact, the worst day for that stock in 11 years. the outlook, way below wall street expectations. it's the worst performer in the s&p 500 not only today but obviously early on this year. it's also one of the most heavily shorted stocks out there. they got burned last year. shorts clearly piling on today. >>> pizza, pasta, pancakes. it is the ultimate food lineup. let's get to courtney reagan in orlando with all the ceos. courtn courtney? >> reporter: feast your eyes on this panel. i have here at the icr exchange kevin reddy, c
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
undiplomatic excepts about john kerry. >> with the news from europe, including now is not the time. the french president speaked about the economy but brushes aside questions about his private life. and the u.n.'s special envoy for education, explained his plan to get 400,000 syrian children into school in lebanon. it is 1800 gmt and the polls chose in an hour's time. vote willing resume in the morning the the second and what is the last day in what many are seeing as a test of popular support. critics say it just boosts the power of the army. eight people are being kehled in protests, and in cairo's suburb. nicole johnston with the very latest. >> egyptians are certainly getting used to having to vote. it didn't deter them, they turned out at voting stations around the country. >> i think the new constitution is stepped forward, it is an improvement over the last. and so i hope we get a resounding yes vote. >> it's the fist real test for the military backed subject. a yes vote will allow it to start work on organizing presidential elections. >> people can't really vote no, but whe
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
. a lot of cars to europe. so it's a worldwide demand for cars nowadays. >> something else that barrett-jackson pioneered was no reserve auction guaranteeing cars would actually sell and move. with these really seven-figure cars you have reserves. >> yes. >> why have you gone in that direction, especially with the beautiful cars we're looking at right now? >> it is a bit of a safety net. the reserves are what we consider a safe reserve. the misnomer is that we'll take a car, no reserve. we h meeting of the mind with the owner. same with the reserve. but when you're dealing with multiple millions of dollars and one-off cars, some people don't want to risk it. we have to offer both but we truly believe in no reserve. people fly to come and buy a car. they want to know it is for sale. >> craig jackson. as we wrap up here and come back i will give you another shot of this 2008 bugatti. this belonged to simon cowell. we have celebrity cars. >> still belongs to him. >> hopefully will belong to somebody else that has seven figures to spend. tracy, this car, the tune of up is about $20,
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
dictator 60 years ago. hitler was ranting around europe. millions and millions including 6 million jews paid the price. believe them when they say they want to wipe israel off of the map and believe them when they say you are the big sattan. don't make the deals. >> are you comparing rouhani to adolph hitler. >> i don't think anyone can compare to adolph hitler. but i think the iranians, they are a terrorist state. terror was never addressed in the agreement. iran yeah support of terrorist groups and hams and hesbollah, and arming of those slaughtering their people. and this is as if you are dealing with your next door neighbor. you are not. we are dealing with a terrorist state that is terrorizing the world and main pep traitor of terror and you sign a deal and by just signing it you solved the problem? >> you have a democratic president who is opposed by members of his own party saying they want the sanctions in place or add to them. what is the rationale, why? why does the president want the sanctions to be eased? >> i think this president doesn't want another war and neither do we o
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
how quickly the water touching on europe where we have one system moving across the british thousand. well this is making for some fall weather some slick conditions especially through the overnight hours of rain will be turning into a place on the ground here once a source of almost temptress begin to cool off. severe weather into the mediterranean no widespread up flood advisories possibly their costs in a week old records on the balkans as well you can add some gusty winds with temperatures into the mid teens year on year when sebastien care what weather physics for us. i am to noon i do. it has the eye. otis priests at a temple in central japan has held a unique ceremony that dates back hundreds of years the blast a pair of horses to welcome the new year the nina lewis and cool in the temple in yemen the sheep creek picture holds the service every year the custom began more than seven hundred years ago when a land of iran for new year's greetings to the temple on a forest participants that of the animals with special decorations and led them to the front of the temple the chief a
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am PST
because russia actually did that. there is no accusation. david satter of radio-free europe was ordered to leave the country last month. russian officials said he failed to extend his visa in time, but there's more to the story. he's firing back telling "the guardian" that his expulsion is an act of retribution over years of critical reporting. >> it was typical during the soviet period to accuse foreign correspondents of being spies. but to make a direct accusation of that time against a journal itself in post-soviet russia is, in fact, extremely rare. jenna: david is now in london, we have a former moscow bureau chief for "newsweek" who was also expelled from russia in 1982. it's nice to have you. >> thank you, jenna. jenna: you have some things in common with david. you're not only friends with him, but you had been reporting in russia for some time when you were expelled, and you were allowed to go back. tell us about your experience. >> well, i went there, of course, it was a different era. it was the soviet era. i went there in 1981, i was there 14 months. i reported all s
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
. government funded broadcaster radio free europe and previously reported for the financial times. satter says he has no idea why he was banned. russia says satter has been expelled because his presence in the country is undesirable. satter says he learned about the ban last month when trying to get a new russian visa. phone companies don't want to change how they collect and store phone records in order to help nsa surveillance programs. president obama is expected to announce friday what changes he is willing to make to the nsa's surveillance practices. his hand-picked review committee has recommended shifting the storage of the phone records from the nsa to phone companies or an along with new legal requirements before the government could search anyone's phone records. phone companies don't want the job and say they would only accept changes if they were legally required. gun control advocates in connecticut are calling on the gun industry to change its marketing practices. members of the "newtown action alliance" rallied outside the headquarters of the national shooting sports founda
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
classroom in europe, drones. this is an exam being given, the drone, though, making sure there are no wandering eyes. there are some problems. there are some problems. propellers blow the papers around. it turns out it's also distracting to have that. apparently, though, in cheating, i have news for you, however, teachers, they'll find a way. they will find a way. >> were you one of these when you did your test? >> no, no, no, come one, come all. that's the line. >> if you dare. >> exactly. >> it's your own fault. >> didn't think of that. >>> "pop news" coming up. let's get some weather from ginger. >> oh, george, everybody, you know, i've made a new friend on this pretty mild day in the northeast. it is raining and my new friend is from orlando or claremont. what's your name? >> charlie prost. >> it is raining from florida up here to the east coast along a cold front. let me show you what's happening and how much rain you're going to get. look in the southeast and parts here. also into the mid-atlantic some of the numbers go up to close to 2 inches and, again, up in new england, mass
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
people in france are saying now that france is the sick man of europe, like you would say in the past -- in the 19th century that the ottoman empire was the sick man of europe, and the deficit is more than 92% of the gdp, and people were expecting him to make a turn, to forget his socialist policy, to make a turn towards welcoming investors and to change the -- the rules -- the working rules in france were very complicated and to lower taxes, then as you said, after he came back from a trip from saudi arabia on the 30th of december, a picture by people magazine was taken of him entering a flat -- getting out of a scooter and entering a flat where the actress had entered and then they left in the morning, so -- and there was a rumor in paris for the last month that -- >> these allegations obviously have been denied. i was just wondering how you think he is going to handle the news conference? because it is a biannual event. it was always scheduled to happen today, but i suspect most of the journalists there will be more interested in his private life rather than the economy. so what do
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
extremely we hope to have the same one in europe. we have three others that we hope to get approved. basically, for new drug launches including a lot of data on our developing pipeline. there is phase two data on a number of compounds for very important diseases. >> is a getting harder to win drug approval? a reputation for being tough or in some cases than the fda. what is your outlook? >> they have gotten somewhat more stringent. i don't think that it is any harder than it used to be. i think the challenge is to demonstrate the value of the new drug. justify the prices that they need. >> from a profitability standpoint, what is the big difference for a drug in europe or in the u.s.? >> joint prices are lower in europe. in the u.s., there is pretty much free pricing. in europe, the price has to be negotiated. is the government. they are negotiated prices and they are generally lower than in the u.s.. they are playing an increasing role in the delivery of u.s. health care. experience inr europe or in america over the next few years to mirror the kind of experience you have had with
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
europe. there is a realignment in europe and people who follow the european economies know it very well but it is not widely known. economic freedom is advancing in 18 countries in europe during i won't mention all of them, it is a long number, but it includes germany, austria, the czech republic, and norway, just to mention a few. sadly, economic freedom is declining in europe as well. most particularly, it is declining in france and the united kingdom, which is particularly disturbing given the fact that there is supposed to be free market government in charge in the united kingdom. icnally, the so-called br nations, including brazil, are moving backwards. brazil plunged 14 places to 114 and is now judged as being among the mostly unfree countries on the index. those are the main findings. i wanted to hit the top ones. there was a lot in there. now i want to sort of moved to the discussion and get the reactions of our panelists. i am just going to introduce all three of them and get it over with and you will come one after the other. the first speaker will be der for morgan, vice
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 9:20am EST
in a minute that makes the actual chips they use in europe but we don't use here, you've got to believe we're going to adopt that. stuart: it's got to come, hasn't it? the cards we use in america are relatively unsophisticated, relatively simple. if you go to europe and look at the cards they use there, there's a whole lot more imprinted into that card which makes it much more difficult to steal -- >> and i won't do this often, fire eye, i looked it up, but, obviously, when they bought this other company, their market value exploded. the stock price has been doing were vel. wall street jumped all over this company the second that target news hit december 19th. this stock has been rocking and rolling. still is, to be honest. >> you know the good news? i gave it to the morning viewers -- [laughter] >> credit where credit's due. [laughter] >> well, you can! stuart: take all of it. >> we're holding. we still have it. >> all right. stuart: look at google's stock, another big acquisition. they're taking aim at nest, a company that makes smart thermostats and smoke detectors that are c
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
. big bank earnings and decent retail sales. ten-year yield huddles around 2.85 and europe's largely in the red as the nikkei fell 3% overnight after our bruising here yesterday. our roadmap begins with earnings season, jpmorgan and wells fargo out with mixed results and we'll tell you exactly what you need to know. >>> charter communications says it wants to buy time warner for 132 bucks in stock and cash and twrawrm says how about 160? we'll get a reaction and exclusively interview with tom rutledge in a few moments. >>> google is buying nest labs a maker of smart thermostats and smart smoke alarms for $3.2 billion, it would be the second largest ever in google's history. >>> first up stocks are trying to bounce back from that poor start to the week. the dow coming off its worst day since september and experiencing its first 1% drop in three months. s&p and nasdaq posting their biggest drop in over two months and the bank earnings are in the spotlight, jpmorgan and wells fargo out with quarterly results. we can talk about the bank or some of the internals, the mortgage internals, t
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
across asia and europe. ringing the opening bell in new york and a lot of financial companies are reporting earnings, wells fargo based in san francisco beat estimates better than expected. jp morgan is getting hit by the penalties and decided to pay in relation to the bernie madoff case. we do have some good economic news for spending. >>> january 14th, i am dave clark. >> good morning, i am pam cook, we have a fire danger steve? >> i never like to badmouth anybody but i just got the farmer's almanac, heavy rain, maybe next week is going to be better. high temperatures, i would have said, you are spot on but lots of 70s and it could be a lot that is really close. windy in the east pay hills, they are still coming over the red flag warning and you know what will happen, cold foggy temperatures, napa is 29, santa rosa 29 and 63 and 51 degrees and it will be sunny today once we rebound and the difference in the lows is just impressive and everybody will and up with 60s and 70s and that may be the last one for a while. look for a lot of sunshine and temperatures are warming up for mo
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
matches of the weekend from across europe will take in the standings and the reaction from coaches and players alike. we go for this inaugural edition with christiane around the logo above a night in zurich was aborted on goal. the rail bridge stopping them now that scene from a reverie and winning the activate the second time in his career this was in two thousand and eight but he was when the munchkin aka jesse twenty eight year old from there it becomes the first portuguese in history to win the award twice. the goal scoring machine has been instrumental to the rail madrid and for his country especially in school told of the two legged world cup playoff against sweden in november. go to the finals in brazil and other top and look at what happened in the european each week and i don't pay. this week we start with this the nation euro and to top the table clash between the madrid and basilan a plausible to play for the authentic calderon stadium with a winning team in short all. for some action in the game could tell just from both sides. gold is the steady my awesome own account
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am EST
affect iran and other countries. it's like the french revolution in europe. think i want to europe to absorb all of that destabilizing energy. and i kept looking for signs that the revolution is over and finding signs that, at least among people at the commanding heights, people with guns, it isn't. i'm sorry to say that but i think iran's destabilizing role in the region its willingness to encourage turmoil in syria, lebanon, bahrain, down the list. i didn't go this anything but it was on the record interview basically say saudi arabia couldn't last and the saudis will come down as our part of the world changes, meaning the saudi royal family. there's that basic revolution idea, destabilizing ideas is still there. i don't know how to deal with that. i would love to have discussions will get a q&a about that, how should we think about that issue and outside of iran? how much should we allow them to continue with these that give it is, and where should we say no, that's not acceptable. >> let me ask one other question that follows on what both of you have said particularly your last co
LINKTV
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
high single digits. now over towards europe, well, western europe remaining rather messy here. and the british isles one storm after another. rain showers, not too severe, but enough rain and also cold temperatures overnight hours are in the making for some frigid conditions. also slick road conditions. watch out for that. want to have a slow go out and about. meanwhile, severe weather, though, in to italy and over towards greece. you're been reporting some 70 kilometer per hour winds out there into the balkans. that's going to move overhead. some more heavy rain, even snow farther north into germany and also poland. but that's a look at your world weather. here's the extended forecast. >>> buddhist priests at a temple in central japan have held a unique ceremony that dates back hundreds of years. they've blessed a pair of horses to welcome the new year. minobu-san kuonji temple holds the service every year. the custom began more than 700 years ago. when a land owner offered new year's greetings to the temple on a horse. participants fitted the animals with special decorations, and led
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
, that's that's the positive. that was an ugly day yesterday. >> it was an ugly day yesterday. europe and asia have been taking their queues from wall street. if you look at the major asian markets overnight, you'll see at least at this point the shanghai did okay, but japan's nikkei, that was down by about 3%. it was a declose to 500 points. european stocks at least in the early trading this mother are indicated lower. the biggest declines coming from germany dax, dour by 55 points. dow futures up by about 36 points above fair value. the s&p futures are up close to 4 points and the nasdaq is up just over 7 points. as for today's market tests, we have earnings season officially open for play. jpmorgan and wells fargo are set to report quarterly results before the bell. analysts are looking for jpmorgan to post earnings on revenue of $23.7 billion. in the meantime, the consensus calls for wells fargo to earn 98 cents a share with revenue of $20.7 billion. as for the economy, we do have a few reports of note today. at 7:30 eastern time, the nfib survey of small business sentiment. then
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Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
correspondent david -- for radio free europe. he's also written three nonfiction books about russia. they said no explanation was given for satter's education pulgs. >>> and then there's this. the worm back on u.s. soil this morning. dennis rodman arrived in newark last night at the airport there. the former nba star apologized again for what's going on in north korea, but said he did nothing wrong by organizing a basketball game in pyongyan. this followed another apology for his outburst right here on "new day." we heard from kenny anderson last night saying they really regret the fact they did not do their homework before they went. >> part their fault, part something else. all the i tension on the -- attention on the matter was okay if only to give attention token net bae. >>> unless i'm wrong, and that happens a lot, didn't you say it was going to be cold? did we know it was going to be nicer today in. >> i said colder a little bit each day. we're going to have to do playback for you. pretty much anywhere on the east coast, we're actually looking at a low that's formed. and slow
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Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
going to move abroad? do we read 13 of your books about slumming in europe? >> we will have to move to someplace cheap. either that, or the millennials will put us on a nice load. >> where is someplace cheap? europe isn't cheap. >> sochi looks good. >> central african republic. >> you're going to have to learn how to ski, tom. >> and then we will be paying for the cost of when you get your mri. >> that would be true. >> we want to bring our twitter question of the day into this conversation. we asked everyone, can millennials fix problems caused by the baby boomers? there is the optimist take. ah, payback. >> that is going to be tough. >> there is somebody who is still up, as opposed to somebody who was awake right now. >> i read the wikipedia on phil cheese.lveeta >> that is what you will live off of, tom. >> food of toledo, ohio. >> tom, you have got to head over to the radio trade >. >> p.j., thank you. >> i have my eye on the time warner deal. we have been waiting for charter to make a move and put out its formal bid. they did yesterday. they took the offer directly to $1.32, an
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Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
europe or north america. >> a total of 97 million tourists traveling last year, they spent 83 -- that was an increase of 83 million from the year before, so who is lining up to make all of this money? >> well, of course, there are many destinations in the world nowadays looking for chinese tourists and already mentioned that many of them travel to destination in the region, but more and more also to places further afield, and of course, many operators in the business are trying to do a trade with chinese tour operators for hotels for restaurants, and also many places that do showing that offer shopping are very actively pursuing chinese tourists. >> i was actually surprised to see the top five destinations. i want to show them to our audience. south korea number one, japan number two, russia comes in third. at number four, the united states, number four, and then malaysia, so could chinese tourism be a reason for the european union, asia and the u.s. seizing those visa applications for chinese citizens no. >> of course countries that do have very easy visa application methods
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Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
, too. the dow is now down six of eight trading sessions in 2014. ouch! as for stocks in europe, they're lower right now. london, frankfurt, paris markets right now falling, likely continuing what happened in the u.s. in tokyo overnight, another decline. the nikkei, yeah, down more than 3%. i want to look here at shares of google. they're rising in the u.s. right now. google making another play that reaches right into your house. google will buy smart thermostat maker nest. have you heard of this company, nest? $3.2 billion. it would give google an important link to a new market when home appliances and internet services are beginning to merge. your smart house, nest really at the crux of that. google sweeping in for a $3.2 billion purchase. >> romans, i'm getting nervous about the markets. >> i am, too. i was okay two days ago, now i'm a little nervous. look, you have a lot of earnings this week. that's going to be important. and we're hearing from retail companies that things weren't as good in the year as they thought they were, hoped they would be. >> not a good way to start
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Jan 14, 2014 4:30am EST
, do not repeat the horrible mistake of 1938 when democracies in europe decided to sacrifice czechoslovakia for a convenient solution. don't try to reconcile the arabs at our expense but we will not be able to accept it or arik understood that what concerns our security, we have to stand firm. we are keeping the principals, the state of israel will continue to fight terror. the state of israel will continue to strive for peace while safeguarding our security. and it will in any way to prevent iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. in the history of israel, arik sharon will be registered as one of the greatest leaders and fighters for the state, for the jewish people in its country. arik, the people of israel say goodbye to you today. your unique contribution to the security of israel is embedded in our history, and your memory, it will be embedded for ever in the heart of the nation. [speaking in native tongue] >> translator: i'm honored to invite the speaker of the knesset, knesset member to deliver his eulogy. [speaking in native tongue] >> translator: omri, gilad, and all th
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Jan 14, 2014 4:00am EST
world. equities in europe fall after the dow suffers its worst drop since september. tech stocks and bank he is weigh with earnings with jpmorgan set to kick off the season. >>> japan's nikkei 225 leads the losses in asia, tumbling in a catchup session as a stronger yen punishes exporters. >>> m&a has time warner rejecting an offer from charter communications saying it will only be interested in $160 per share. >>> and can francois ohland deflect attention from his love life? the french president is due to present reform for the ailing economy. but will affairs of the heart get in the way? >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the world. >>> well, it was a far more decisive start to the equity trading session this morning. the unfortunate thing is it's in the red. as you can see, 9 to 1 reds to greens taking the stoxx europe 600 down by around 0.6%% so the in the first hour of trading today. let's take a look at the individual performance of these markets. red. red across the board. the ftse 100 down 50%. remember, we're going
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am EST
from europe's economy to extremist clinical parties. -- political parties. >> and google pays $3 billion for a digital thermostat maker. good morning, everybody. you are watching "the pulse." we are live from bloomberg's european headquarters in london. >> this is what is coming up on the show. says it will start building the first suv since the 1990s. >> the original suv was called the rambo lambo. and detroit's top five, inside access to the hottest vehicle being unveiled in motor city. that is coming up later on in the program. >> how could you not want a car like that? i would buy adjust just for the name to say i have a rambo lambo. >> we begin with the news conference that europe is waiting for. francois hollande is set to give a major press conference later today outlining his political priorities. of course, the elephant in the room is his alleged affair with an actress. >> he is polling higher after those allegations surfaced. caroline hyde is outside the palace. difficultg to be very for him not to talk about what everyone wants to know, what is going on in his private
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Jan 14, 2014 12:00am PST
on we met them about a year later in europe and i've laid a place in london, and all four of them came. -- i played a place in london. >> to have people of that stature to just come and hang out with you. >> gina lola brigitta or cary ,rant dancing in front of you it was unbelievable. i kind of got used to it and almost took it for granted. it was a thrill. >> what made the whiskey such a fertile place for these live recordings? >> it could have actually been done anywhere. we had it going there so we brought in the remote trout. you only had days three tracks to record. we didn't have enough tracks to mike the audience, although the audience was clapping and singing along. we would have to go in the studio and bring along a bunch to simulate the audience reaction that we had live in the club. what are you most looking forward to about this gig, 50 years later? are lot of the people that coming from all around the country. i have friends coming from new orleans and st. louis. working with jimmy webb as well, such a great talent. we haven't worked together in quite a while. we star
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am EST
. it is a valuation that is and there in europe is an improvement in fundamentals. we like the financials. >> thank you so much for all that. the chief investment officer coming up, francois hollande is in the hot seat. there are allegations of an affair as he prepares to deliver his 2014 agenda later today. we'll have it reviewed next. we are about 18 minutes into the market and we will study how they are faring. we are seeing a bit of a selloff and it is valuations. we had a slow start to the year and this is the point your debts is the picture of the tax, the ftse. -- the dax in the ftse. >> welcome back. these are some companies on the move. the all cash deal is subject to a review. rejecting the communications takeover offer. the biggest acquisitions since 2008. the local officer -- the local er is rejected. they should be out of the office by 6:00 p.m. on friday. wall street firms are working to improve conditions. francois hollande will deliver his 2014 agenda and the french president faces approval waiting and allegations of an affair. we have what to expect from hollan
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 1:00am EST
to the front pages of the biggest selling newspaper in all of europe. i will be back in a few minutes to tell you about the details of what i wall so tell you -- i will also tell you where you can buy the cheapest pint of beer in all of europe. -- intriguing. thank you very much. >> we are the topics for 2014. find out why our next guest is worried about renewable energy. ♪ >> time for today's company news. google is buying messagelabs for $3.2 billion -- nest labs for $3.2 billion. the deal is up -- is subject to regulatory review. the japanese whisker and beer maker agreed to buy beam. the deal gives some brands including makers mark -- it will be the world's third-largest spirits company. time warner cable turndown an offer from charter communications. the offer was the biggest unsolicited takeover bid since 2008. time in london is 6:17 a.m. edmund.me now is happy new year. apt to talk about the likes of time warner after it received this unsolicited or it -- bid. in your notes, you highlighted companies that deliver content and you save these are the stocks in the united
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Jan 13, 2014 8:30pm PST
ball is in your city on tuesday. i finally over europe a lot of cars over the western mediterranean underneath heavy rain thunderstorms now be heading towards the east a creek and some local actually fastening system will be tripping into the british isles help bring in very wet conditions the least likely for the northern areas and ella at the westin continent a fine mild temperatures the seasonal but very cold across the east rack years extended forecast around the globe. i am noon. and. i know thx. thanks to ice in the year of the chorus at the end of the month special status and coins featuring the animal i'm flying off shelves and going up in price the men started selling the commemorative nine mins ahead of the lunar new year which falls on january thirty france and they quickly gained popularity as good live times. the offices and banks have already depleted fish stocks. now only private shops sell the specialty items. was initially sold for one you wanna piece that value has now scored a total fool to the cleveland community two dollars sets of stamps once priced at about fo
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Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm EST
all of europe. but the u.s. africa command is as minimal as africa is best. africom consists of only 2000 personnel including military and civilian employees and contractors. the headquarters is in germany were 1500 of the personnel are from the space. the army elements are based upon italy and the u.s. navy ships are saying that the marine contingent is shared with marine corps forces in europe. located in germany at the airbase. we thought you might like a little bit more context. turning now to a rant. lawmakers on capitol hill expressing doubts about a deal with iran to slow its nuclear weons program. representing the framework on how to implement a six-month nuclear dear in november. and it would go into effectext monday, january 20. under that agreement aranda will limit its uranium enrichment to 5%, commonly used to power reactors and it would stop producing 20% enriched uranium which is just a step away from weapons grade. iran will also promote experts to carry out daily inspections of its nuclear facilities and programs. the united states and the european nion wil ease
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Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm EST
saying in europe, and go from there. i am on twitter all day long. >> what else in forms you? >> everything. the great thing about twitter, it is just a buffet all day long that you go through. you see things pop up in real time. i get e-mail links all the time. i will visit other websites. >> people saying, take a look at this. what follows the internet? >> it is the internet of things. it is everything in your house, in your life, is online and available to you through your smart phone. it is still the internet connecting everything, like electricity. it is information flowing, you being able to control everything, devices talking to each other. >> thank you for coming. >> thank you for having me. >> thank you for joining us. see you next time. ♪ >> live from pier 3 in san francisco and new york, welcome to the late edition of "bloomberg west," where we cover the global technology and media companies that are reshaping our world. i'm emily chang. our focus is on innovation, technology, and the future of business. let's get straight to the run house. a service designed by
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Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm PST
that connect africa to europe and asia. the johannesburg based development bank of southern africa specializes in financing africa's information communications technology sector. memphis old as the ict sector the cables and does dishes and devices that connect people to the internet and tv that the us we are out of box experience that admission that the next six. one looks at the underwater sea cables sequel money to ease the table and east coasts of africa. and the envisaged that includes mental cable she makes is that exists for that occasional of ict products the bed as it is all off the set and watch the sea cables and the auntie and set to rights arguments and if they meet the cats in the next two years the african continent will change. change is already underway in kenya where it tries to establish the government is moving whole sectors of national administration online the pasta is called snowball opal investment in the new government but that was going on in prospect. we have up a video box in front of a mile we didn't ever do without what you would not comment on the one
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Jan 13, 2014 6:30pm PST
europe's history. during the term cheney will monitor as such than fifty condemning actually it feels he has been under the tuscan sun over six decades now another note perfect to me saying peace in the meantime i southern province of sindh of attaching the capital the youngest new guinea through the month he could yet see on the detail i was tuned to bring it down soon and we don't get the most good thing. we call security it was an oval in shape did not contest the event is intended to be chunky funky zealand unions and put the team got mine is up by one cent to nine pm. not to engage in such occupation oficn sank a solid fantasy a fun but sure enough someone who is in the heavens and the incidence of accidents appeal pb detained and collect a secret agency isi pakistan's main spy agency boogie to the mighty ducks do you think he really knew what was it another to know them. following the b ed got a good innings the year with her and yet here were martyred in earnings during the testing kits and will get him off. none of these matters act of collecting pakistani kashmir also biased
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Jan 13, 2014 6:00pm PST
donate from europe are the united states just to come come out top four. jordan told rte news to others you two won their second golden globe last life the song ordinary love taken from the soundtrack of months that i long walk to freedom of the what is it to nasa mcculloch a cape town just on the movies american wholesome and twelve years the sleigh presenting for the second year tina fey and amy bought a second colorful box hill has put them on a track events of the lord season boarding area of manhattan the second test in seven countries in the end of two events preceding the estimates of some awards for or need help from aunt della young blokes weekend but he didn't play keyboards think it meant a great deal to them personally. as mentioned our life upside down. it's a dope. the men who refuse to hate. well because he didn't have arranged or anger when these things but with any spillover do a better job. there was no wind facility that that the irish lebanon weeks to fill the space to dvd and cd she left she appeared on state in person. like the american house of me wants to
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Jan 13, 2014 9:00pm EST
to try acting right out of smith. she lived in europe for two years before she went to hollywood. -- new york for two years before she went to hollywood. she had a contact at mgm studios. >> a question about her stepfather and the influence on her politics. dr. davis was very active in conservative areas. did that influence her? reagan,arried ronald and on their first date, reagan was discussing politics. and he's talking about communism. he didn't like communism. to his receptive message. >> how did they meet? .> it is an interesting story this is hollywood in the late the's when there was communist scare. it was after the end of world war ii. people were named for being somehow associated with the communist party. nancy davis, which was her name at the time, showed up on a " blacklist." and that was as someone who was in hollywood that was part of the communist party. she wanted to get her name off. she told her good friend, who i believe was a producer, she said how can i get this done? they said ronald reagan as the president of the. she said, as soon as i knew that, i knew w
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Jan 13, 2014 8:30pm EST
. it is a huge part of our diplomatic efforts. fundingfind a source of coming from the gulf war europe or another region of the world, we integrate that issue into our bilateral relations and really to the extent governments have impact, try to press them to change their laws or behavior, to try to stamp out that funding. >> larry on twitter wants a bit of a history lesson from our guest. he writes, what was the reason for the surge in afghanistan initially echo what did it accomplish? why was there a surrender date at the start? guest: when obama came into office, he conducted a major afghanistan review. where were we, how is it going, and what was needed? washat time, what we found the taliban led insurgency, they have the momentum. they were gaining ground and territory in gaining influence. not.re in addition, you had elections upcoming at that point here the weresment was the afghans not in a position to secure the elections by themselves and that we did not have enough troops on to really ensure their success. to search was put into place try to put the forces into place that cou
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